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Mayor signs book of condolence

Last Modified September 09, 2022
 

The Mayor of Hertsmere, Cllr John Graham, has signed a book of condolence and laid flowers following the death of Her Majesty The Queen yesterday (Thursday 8 September).

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Mayor of Hertsmere, Cllr Graham, signs the book of condolence with Mayoress Mrs Barbara Graham.

Members of the public are invited to add their message to the book, which is now open at the Civic Offices in Borehamwood. The book will be available during offices hours Monday to Thursday from 9am until 5.15pm and Friday 9am until 5pm. In addition, flowers can be laid at the flagpoles outside the offices in Elstree Way.

Other books of condolence are available at libraries across the borough and at the following locations:
• Cafe in the Orchard, Shenley Park, Radlett Lane, Shenley, available from Tuesday 13 September, during opening hours 8am to 6pm.
• Radlett Centre, 1 Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, WD7 8HL, opening hours Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.

There is also an online book of condolence on the Royal Family's website and a book of remembrance on the Hertfordshire Lord-Lieutenant's website

The public are also invited to attend the Local Proclamation at 4pm on Sunday 11 September outside the Civic Offices.

The Local Proclamation will see the Mayor of Hertsmere officially confirm King Charles III's accession to the throne.

It will also be available to watch live on Hertsmere Borough Council's Facebook page www.facebook.com/hertsmere

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Posted on Friday 9th September 2022
 

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